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This web site is a part of the heritage project taken up
by Prabal Pramanik’s Academy of Arts


Bhamlada, Bhatwan, Punjab-145 022, India
Web site :
www.academyartprabal.com
e-mail : prabalpramanik@yahoo.co.uk

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HISTORY OF
DALHOUSIE
HISTORY TIME CHART
OF DALHOUSIE
LIFE IN DALHOUSIE AN ARTIST'S VIEW
OF DALHOUSIE
BOOKS, PORTFOLIOS
& CDS ON DALHOUSIE
DALHOUSIE CLUB
KHAJJIAR AND KALATOP DALHOUSIE PHOTO
GALLERY
TOURIST INFORMATION NOTED PEOPLE IN
HISTORY OF DALHOUSIE
WILD LIFE HOME PAGE

Fauna in Dalhousie hills
The Himalayan foothills rolling up to Dalhousie and Dainkund abounded in different species of animals and birds.
The diversity of flora, in different altitudes provided habitat for these species.
Encroachment made by man in a continuous way has narrowed down the perimeter of the forest land.
The spread of human settlements have ruthlessly destroyed the balance of nature at many places in these hills.
So the number of animals and birds have steadily decreased.
At many areas poaching goes on. Most of the forest department officials are interested in their career and pay packet primarily. They are not interested in wildlife and nature study.
Dalhousie could have had a natural history museum, but the administration is not sensitive about it.
The only way to save the environment is to make people conscious about this matter. People should love nature study and wildlife, to understand the need to care for nature.
An awareness has to be created amongst the people to preserve wildlife and this web site is trying to do that work.

List of animals in this hill region :
Blue Bull (Nilgai)
Leopard
Civet
Mongoose
Fox
Barking deer
Bear
Langur (Himalayan)
Monkey
Snake
Lizard

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YOU ARE WELCOME TO
VISIT OUR OTHER WEB SITES

www.papercuttingartprabal.com
www.academyartprabal.com
www.artprabal.com
www.pathankotheritage.com
www.chambaheritage.net
www.orientbookco.com

 

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